Emirates have made it easier to visit these 17 Brazilian cities

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The Dubai-based airline has announced a partnership with LATAM Airlines Brazil…

If you’ve ever wanted to explore the beautiful country of Brazil, now is your opportunity. Emirates have announced a new codeshare partnership agreement with LATAM Airlines Brazil covering domestic services in the country.

The partnership will offer Emirates customers a smoother process when connecting from São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro to 17 destinations in Brazil including Belo Horizonte, Brasília and Foz do Iguaçu.

Emirates currently flies to two Brazilian destinations with daily flights from Dubai to São Paulo, operated by the A380, and Rio de Janeiro, operated by the Boeing 777-200LR as of June 1, 2019.

 

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“We’re pleased to establish a partnership with LATAM Airlines Brazil providing our passengers with increased choice, flexibility and ease of connection to different cities within Brazil. We continuously invest in providing more benefits to our customers,” said Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning, Revenue Optimization and Aeropolitical Affairs.

Brazil, the largest country in South America, has a rich culture and stunning landscapes. Brasília is the capital and has plenty of things to do including visit the Brasília cathedral, Palácio do Planalto and the beautiful Aparados da Serra National Park. Another stunning city to visit is Belo Horizonte which is described as a tropical New York. Surrounded by mountains, its Brazil’s third-largest city.

Routes from and to São Paulo include: Belém, Belo Horizonte, Brasília, Campo Grande, Curitiba, Florianópolis, Fortaleza, Goiânia, Foz do Iguaçu Falls, Londrina, Manaus, Porto, Recife, Salvador, São Luiz, Vitória.

Routes from and to Rio de Janeiro include: Belém, Brasília, Curitiba, Fortaleza, Goiânia, Iguassu Falls, Manaus, Natal, Vitória.

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